Although they seem intimidating, scorpions can be great pets if they’re properly cared for and handled.
Fire-Bellied Frogs are often overlooked in the herptile industry, but it’s time hobbyists gave these fun frogs a second glance.
The popularity of the African Spurred Tortoise is causing complications for the breed.
Sometimes, things don’t turn out how you expect, but result in lessons learned.
When it comes to snakes, ball pythons are superstars and retailers should educate themselves on this species.
Creating living habitats for herptiles will not only inspire customers, it will help stores stand out from the crowd.
It’s imperative that retailers educate their customers on the importance of supplementing diets for herptiles.
The 17th-annual Pet Business Industry Recognition Award celebrates the best that the pet care category has to offer.
Retailers should convey to their customers that rear-fanged snakes are harmless pets.
Though many families seek out turtles as pets, it’s important for retailers to educate them on the specific needs of these herptiles.
Knowing the best products to order and stock are key to maintaining a successful herptile business.
With the holidays approaching, retailers should figure out the best method for marketing kits to potential shoppers.
There are a plethora of tarantula species to satisfy any customer.
Monitor lizards can be great pets, as long as consumers choose the right breed for their lifestyle.
Retailers who are knowledgeable about box turtles can gain family customers that last generations.
Corn snakes are imperative to a successful herptile business.
Customers can often be the biggest uncertainty in your business.
Retailers should encourage sales of herptiles as more people downsize their homes.
While reptile shows might not be an instant moneymaker, savvy retailers can use them as valuable marketing and bargain-shopping opportunities.
The re-legalization of salamander and newt sales within the U.S. could open up new opportunities for herptile retailers.